KTXS Forecast: Isolated t'storms possible overnight

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ABILENE, Texas - After a mostly cloudy Easter Sunday, expect that cloud cover to carry on into tonight. Rain chances will continue to develop overnight with some isolated thunderstorms moving in from the west. Some storms may be severe with the main threats being strong winds and large hail. These storm chances start to clear out of the Big Country by early to mid-morning. Lows will be in the lower 60's.

Monday, rain chances carry into the morning hours but otherwise, expect a mostly cloudy day with highs around 80. A few scattered rain showers are possible in the evening as well. Overnight, lows will be in the lower 60's.

Tuesday will start off mostly cloudy and then see clearing skies through most of the Big Country. Highs jump up to the mid to upper 80's with south winds at about 15 mph. Overnight, lows will be in the mid-60's.

Wednesday will see temperatures close to 90 across the region. Mostly sunny skies and stronger southerly flow will warm things back up. Winds will be about 20 mph. Overnight, lows will be in the lower 60's.

A weak front will move through Thursday but will help cool us down to the upper 70's and shift winds to the north at about 10 mph. Overnight, lows hang out around the upper 50's/lower 60's.

Friday, south winds will be stronger, up to about 20-25 mph with stronger gusts likely. Highs will be in the lower 80's. Cloudy cover will increase through the evening with building rain chances. These chances are forecasted for a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms. A front will pass overnight with these storms and help temperatures cool down to the lower 50's overnight.

Saturday and Sunday look to be dry with north winds and cooler temperatures in the lower 70's!

Have a great week! -MM-

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